Natural Gas

Project Profile

  • Natural Gas Construction

    • Overview

      Natural Gas System Upgrades

      Sometimes you will see us in your neighbourhood or within the Transportation Utility Corridor (TUC) completing work to upgrade the natural gas system. This work can be messy and kind of loud, but once we are done we will put things back the way found them.

      When we are working in your area it could be part of our Steel Mains Replacement (SMR) project in Edmonton and Calgary, our Plastic Mains Replacement (PMR) project in rural areas, or sometimes we are helping other major projects and moving our lines out of the way. If by chance you do see us working near the ring road (also known as the TUC), we are likely out doing some work on the Urban Pipeline Replacement (UPR) Program.

      In most cases if you see our workers or contractors they are probably replacing old distribution lines with new pipelines for continued safe and reliable service for you the customer.

      How does this affect you?

      If you are going to be impacted by one of our projects, you will be contacted before any work takes place on your property by mail or by phone. ATCO representatives will meet with you to discuss specific impacts. To ensure you have proper notice of the work that will take place ATCO will notify all impacted homeowners prior to any construction activity or service interruptions.

      A few things that may happen if we are doing construction near your home or business:

      • Potential lane, road, alley or pathway closures
      • Increased traffic and construction noise
      • Excavation on your property near the gas meter and along boulevard to connect homes to the natural gas system
      • Temporary interruptions to your service, this will be arranged in advance with all residents
      • Increase in dust from construction

      To help ensure public safety, all our excavations that are open and accessible to the public will be supervised or fenced. We still ask that you please be aware of hazards and avoid excavation sites — especially keeping children and pets at a safe distance.

      If you have any questions

    • Calgary

      The projects listed below are active or soon to be active and will have direct impacts on customers. We will update this page as projects are about to start or when changes are required. 

      Castleridge

       

      Construction Timeline: Summer 2020

      Location: From Castleridge Crescent to Castleridge Way, and from Castleridge Road to Falconridge Boulevard NE

      Project: SMR

      Phase: Planning

       

      Northwest Calgary Connector

       

      Construction Timeline: Spring 2018 - Summer 2021

      Location: Along NW section of Stony Trail (in the TUC), then North along 85 Street NW from Scenic Bow Road to Township Road 261A

      Project: UPR

      Phase: Planning

    • Edmonton

      The projects listed below are active or soon to be active and will have direct impacts on customers. We will update this page as projects are about to start or when changes are required. 

      Baturyn Phase 2 and 3

       

      Construction Timeline: Summer 2020

      Location: 172 Avenue to 174 Avenue, and from 100 Street to 112 Street
      From Castle Downs Road to 172 Avenue, and from 100 Street to 112 Street

      Project: SMR

      Phase: Postponed until further notice

      Columbia Avenue

       

      Construction Timeline: Summer 2020

      Location: 105 Avenue from 108 Street to 116 Street

      Project: Line Reloacation

      Phase: Planning

      Ekota

       

      Construction Timeline: Summer 2020

      Location: From 109A Avenue to 111 Avenue, and from Groat Road to 142 Street

      Project: SMR

      Phase: Postponed until further notice

      King Edward Park

       

      Construction Timeline: Summer 2020

      Location: From76 Avenue to 82 Avenue, and from 71 Street to 79 Street

      Project: SMR

      Phase: Planning

      North Glenora

       

      Construction Timeline: Summer 2020

      Location: From 109A Avenue to 111 Avenue, and from Groat Road to 142 Street

      Project: SMR

      Phase: Postponed until further notice

      South Edmonton Connector

       

      Construction Timeline: Winter 2018 - Summer 2020

      Location: From the intersection of 127 Street and Ellerslie Road SW to the intersection of 41 Avenue and 141 Street SW

      Project: UPR

      Phase: Restoration

      South Edmonton Control and Homeglen

       

      Construction Timeline: Spring - Summer 2020 (to be completed with the South Edmonton Connector)

      Location: Control station located at 127 Street and Ellerslie Road

      Project: UPR

      Phase: Construction

      West LRT - Stony Plain Road Relocations

       

      Construction Timeline: Winter - Spring 2020

      Location: Along 104 Avenue between 124 Street and 127 Street

      Project: West LRT

      Phase: Planning

    • Other

      The projects listed below are active or soon to be active and will have direct impacts on customers. We will update this page as projects are about to start or when changes are required. 

      Consort

       

      Construction Timeline: Summer 2020

      Location: From Railway Avenue to O'Donnell Avenue, and from Albert Street to west village boundary

      Project: SMR

      Phase: Planning

      Gwynne

       

      Construction Timeline: Summer 2019 - Summer 2020

      Location: Between Range Road 230 and Highway 822, and Government Avenue and Railway Avenue

      Project: SMR

      Phase: Restoration

      Pembina to Keephills Transmission Line

       

      Construction Timeline: Summer 2019 - Fall 2020

      Location: Between Drayton Valley and Genesee

      Project: Expansion

      Phase: Construction

      Stony Plain

       

      Construction Timeline: Summer 2020

      Location: From 52 Avenue to 56 Avenue, and from 47 Street to 48 Street
      From 53 Avenue to 55 Avenue, and from 48 Street to 49 Street

      Project: Highway Improvement

      Phase: Phase 1 - Restoration, Phase 2 - Construction